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Remote  Control  Sailboats  

 

2012  Preliminary  Class  Rules  
Current  as  of:  11/14/12  
 

The   intentions   of   these   rules   are   to   allow   for   close   One   Design   racing   and   to   keep   costs  
“within  reason”.  If  these  rules  don’t  specifically  allow  for  something,  assume  you  can’t  do  it.  
For   the   time   being,   inquiries   regarding   rules   and   rulings   can   be   sent   to  
EShampain@UllmanSailsNewportBeach.com   where   a   panel   of   the   first   5   ‘members’   will   vote  
on  the  submission.  A  60%  vote  is  required  to  add,  delete,  amend,  or  approve  these  rules.  
 

1.0   Hull  
The  authorized  builder  shall  supply  the  Hull.  No  changes  to  the  hull  shape  shall  be  done.  Only  minor  
fairing  shall  be  done  to  ‘smooth’  the  hull  or  to  fix  scratches  or  dings  
 
2.0   Deck  
The  chain  plates  and  jib  boom  tack  location  shall  be  located  per  the  builder’s  location.  
 
2.0   Keel  &  Bulb  
The  authorized  builder  shall  supply  the  Keel  and  bulb.  No  changes  to  the  keel  and  bulb  shall  be  done  
beyond  minor  fairing  of  paint  and  filling  of  dings  or  scratches.  
 
3.0   Rudder  
The  authorized  builder  shall  supply  the  rudders.  No  changes  to  the  rudders  shall  be  done  beyond  minor  
fairing  of  paint  and  filling  of  dings  or  scratches.  Two  rudder  style  shall  be  available;  The  “Speed”  rudder  
and  the  “Power”  rudders.  
 
4.0   Weight  
The  minimum  combined  weight  of  the  complete  hull,  keel,  rudders,  and  finished  interior  without  
batteries  shall  be  12LBS.  Location  of  corrector  weights  shall  be  unrestricted.  
 
5.0   Mast  
The  mast  shall  be  of  aluminum  and  have  a  minimum  of  three  spreaders.  The  ‘Jumper’  shall  not  be  counted  
as  a  spreader.  The  mast  shall  sit  in  the  factory  supplied  mast  step  and  shall  be  in  the  factory  specified  
location.  
5.1   Distance  from  mast  base  to  highest  possible  mainsail  hoist  –  1445mm  Maximum  
5.2   Distance  from  mast  base  to  highest  possible  “inner  jib  luff  rope”  attachment  point  –  1232mm  
Maximum  
 
6.0     Main  Boom  
The  main  boom  shall  be  of  aluminum.  There  are  no  further  restrictions.  
 
7.0   Jib  Boom  
The  Jib  boom  shall  be  of  aluminum.  There  are  no  further  restrictions  

 
8.0   Standing  Rigging  
Standing  Rigging  including  all  associated  fittings  shall  be  unrestricted  with  the  exception  of:  
8.1   The  ”inner  jib  luff  rope”  (see  5.2)  and  the  intersection  of  the  mast  shall  be  restricted.  
 
9.0     Running  Rigging  
Running  Rigging  including  all  associated  fittings  and  ‘blocks’  shall  be  unrestricted.  
 
10.0   Sail  Controls  
All  sail  controls  including  sheets,  outhauls,  and  vangs  shall  be  unrestricted  with  the  exception  that  no  
more  then  two  servos  shall  be  used.  
 
11.0     Mainsail  Dimensions  (all  dimensions  are  maximums  unless  otherwise  indicated).  Cloth  is  
unrestricted.  
11.1   Luff  length  –  1363mm  
11.2   Leech  Length  –  1390mm  
11.3   Foot  Length  –  345mm  
11.4   Head-­‐width  –  110mm  
11.5   MGT  –  150mm  
11.6   MGU  –  206mm  
11.7   MGM  –  285mm  
11.8   MGL  –  330mm  
11.9   Battens  are  unrestricted  in  materials  and  lengths  but  shall  be  evenly  spaced  along  the  leech  +/-­‐  
25mm  
11.10   No  more  then  5  battens  shall  be  used  including  the  “gaff”  batten.  
11.11     Maximum  head-­‐angle  shall  be  90  degrees.  
11.12   Class/builder  supplied  logo  shall  be  affixed  to  the  mainsail  and  split  the  second  batten  from  the  
head.  
 
12.0     Jib  Dimensions  (all  dimensions  are  maximums  unless  otherwise  indicated).  Cloth  is  unrestricted.  
12.1   Luff  length  –  1272mm  
12.2   Leech  Length  –  1132mm  
12.3   Foot  Length  –  465mm  
12.4   Head-­‐width  –  16mm  
12.5   MGU  –  150mm  
12.6   MGM  –  264mm  
12.7   MGL  –  361mm  
12.8   Battens  are  unrestricted  in  materials  and  lengths.  No  more  then  3  battens  shall  be  used.  
 
13.0   Interior.  No  modifications  to  the  interior  shall  be  made.  
 
14.0   All  hatches  shall  be  unrestricted  in  shape  and  material.  
 
16.0   Sail  numbers  
Shall  be  the  hull  number.  Sail  numbers  shall  be  applied  to  the  mainsail.  Sail  numbers  shall  be  a  minimum  
of  3”  
 

Glossary:  
-­‐  Gaff  Batten  –  Shall  be  defined  as  the  diagonal  batten  used  to  support  the  head-­‐width  of  the  mainsail.  
-­‐  Inner  Jib  Luff  Rope  –  Shall  be  defined  at  the  rope  or  wire  inside  the  luff  of  any  jib.  


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